All The Rage

Musical anecdotes from decades past.

Episodes

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Genome: [r4 Bd=19990404]

Musical anecdotes from decades past. The 1720s were a time of corruption and satire. In the first of a four-part series, David Owen Norris and guests explore how the decade was reflected in popular songs. Singing by Lucie Skeaping.

Producer Emily Kasriel. Rptd Saturday llpm

Genome: [r4 Bd=19990404]

Unknown: David Owen Norris

Unknown: Lucie Skeaping.

Producer: Emily Kasriel.

Genome: [r4 Bd=19990410]

Musical anecdotes from decades past. The 1720s were a time of corruption and satire. In the first of a four-part series, David Owen Norris and guests explore how the decade was reflected in popular songs. Repeated from Sunday

Genome: [r4 Bd=19990410]

Unknown: David Owen Norris

Genome: [r4 Bd=19990411]

A series featuring musical anecdotes from the past. 2: The 1760s were a time of war and belligerence. David Owen Norris and guests explore how the decade was reflected in popular songs. Singing by Richard Suart.

Producer Emily Kasriel. Rptd Saturday llpm

Genome: [r4 Bd=19990411]

Unknown: David Owen Norris

Unknown: Richard Suart.

Producer: Emily Kasriel.

Genome: [r4 Bd=19990417]

A series featuring musical anecdotes from decades past.

2: The 1760s were a time of war and belligerence. David Owen Norris and guests explore how the decade was reflected in popular songs, which are performed by Richard Suart. Repeated from Sunday

Genome: [r4 Bd=19990417]

Unknown: David Owen Norris

Unknown: Richard Suart.

Genome: [r4 Bd=19990418]

A series featuring musical anecdotes from decades past. 3: 1800-10. David Owen Norris and guests Rachel Cowgill and Tim Blanning revisit the divas and dramas of the first decade of the 19th century. Singing by Alison Wells. Producer Virginia Crompton Repeated Saturday llpm

Genome: [r4 Bd=19990418]

Unknown: David Owen Norris

Unknown: Rachel Cowgill

Unknown: Tim Blanning

Unknown: Alison Wells.

Genome: [r4 Bd=19990424]

A series featuring musical anecdotes from decades past.

3: 1800-10. David Owen Norris and guests Rachel Cowgill and Tim Blanning revisit the divas and dramas of the first decade of the 19th century. Singing by Alison Wells. Repeated from Sunday

Genome: [r4 Bd=19990424]
Genome: [r4 Bd=19990425]

A final collection of musical anecdotes from decades past. 4: The marriage of Queen Victoria to her prince in 1840 heralded expansion and social reform. David Owen Norris and guests explore how events were reflected in popular songs. Singing by Elizabeth Mansfield. Producer Virginia Crompton Repeated Saturday llpm

Genome: [r4 Bd=19990425]

Unknown: David Owen Norris

Unknown: Elizabeth Mansfield.

Genome: [r4 Bd=19990501]

A final collection of musical anecdotes from decades past. 4: David Owen

Norris and guests explore how events of the 1840s were reflected in popular songs. Singing by Elizabeth Mansfield. Repeated from Sunday

Genome: [r4 Bd=19990501]

Unknown: David Owen

Unknown: Elizabeth Mansfield.

Genome: [r4 Bd=20001029]

David Owen Norris returns with a new four-part series which evokes a decade in the past through its songs. 1: This week Peter Savidge sings hits from the 1780s, including songs from the world's first pantomimes. With Amanda Vickery and Derek Scott. Producer Virginia Crompton

Programme of the Week: page 129

Genome: [r4 Bd=20001029]

Unknown: David Owen Norris

Unknown: Peter Savidge

Unknown: Amanda Vickery

Unknown: Derek Scott.

Producer: Virginia Crompton

Genome: [r4 Bd=20001105]

. David Owen Norris presents a four-part series which evokes a decade in the past through its songs. 2: 1600-1610. Norris re-creates the flavour of Guy Fawkes's decade in song and conversation with John Carey and Peter Holman. Songs, including John Donne 'sfirst publication, sung by Ian Partridge. ProducerVirginia Crompton

Genome: [r4 Bd=20001105]

Unknown: David Owen Norris

Unknown: John Carey

Unknown: Peter Holman.

Unknown: John Donne

Sung By: Ian Partridge.

Sung By: Producervirginia Crompton

Genome: [r4 Bd=20001112]

David Owen Norris presents afour-part series which evokes a decade in the past through its songs.3: 1810s. Norris looks atthe decade which saw victory at Waterloo and disgrace at Peterloo. With guests Ruth Richardson and Rachel Cowgill. Singer Catherine Bott. Producer Virginia Crompton

Genome: [r4 Bd=20001112]

Unknown: David Owen Norris

Unknown: Ruth Richardson

Singer: Rachel Cowgill.

Singer: Catherine Bott.

Producer: Virginia Crompton

Genome: [r4 Bd=20001119]

David Owen Norris concludes a four-part series which evokes a decade in the past through its songs. 1680s. Norris isjoined by countertenor Nicholas Clapton to capture the flavour of the 1680s. Producer VirginiaCrompton

Genome: [r4 Bd=20001119]

Unknown: David Owen Norris

Unknown: Nicholas Clapton

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The 1720s were a time of corruption and satire.

In the first of a four-part series, David Owen Norris and guests explore how the decade was reflected in popular songs, performed by Lucie Skeaping

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The 1760s were a time of war and belligerence.

David Owen Norris and guests explore how the decade was reflected in popular songs, which are performed by Richard Suart.

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David Owen Norris and guests Rachel Cowgill and Tim Blanning revisit the divas and dramas of the first decade of the 19th century.

Songs performed by Alison Wells.

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The marriage of Queen Victoria to her prince in 1840 heralded a decade of expansion and social reform.

David Owen Norris and guests explore how the events of the decade were reflected in popular songs.

Singing by Elizabeth Mansfield.

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Peter Savidge sings hits from the 1780s, including songs from the world's first pantomimes.

With Amanda Vickery and Derek Scott.

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this edition recreates the flavour of the decade 1600 to 1610 through song and conversation with John Carey and Peter Holman.

Songs, including John Donne's first publication, are sung by Ian Partridge.

02031850s20001112

This edition recreates the atmosphere of the second decade of the nineteenth century, with guests Ruth Richardson and Rachel Cowgill.

Catherine Bott sings.

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In this edition he recreates the atmosphere of the 1680s, with the aid of countertenor Nicholas Clapton.